Milton 705 Nipissing Rd , ON

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About This Location

Milton residents benefit from the education, assessment, and treatment services we provide. These help you identify the potential risks that can lead to future health issues while creating a preventive treatment plan to improve your health. Having high-quality healthcare services is essential to the growing community of Milton.

Milton businesses that want to ensure that their employees remain healthy and productive can benefit from our corporate wellness programs. We provide the resources needed to address acute and chronic pain issues related to injury.

With a diverse team of health professionals spanning a wide range of disciplines, we are a comprehensive resource for the residents of Milton and throughout Canada. This comprehensive approach provides effective strategies that patients in Milton and throughout Canada have used to improve their health and quality of life.

Matthew Munro

BSc Kin (Hons), CSCS

Clinic Director

Matt graduated from the University of Waterloo making the deans honours list with a Bachelor of Science Honours Kinesiology Degree in 2009 and eared his certified strength and conditioning specialist certification from the NSCA. Matt is a firm believer in patient education for program adherence and has experience with acute rehabilitation as well as clinical conditioning. His interests include snowboarding, golf, hockey and CrossFit.

Nitin Nair



Nitin is an internationally trained physiotherapist who is in good standing with the college of physiotherapist, Ontario. He is a diversified practitioner who uses different treatment techniques to optimize his patient’s health and improve their quality of life. Prior joining the Physiomed team, Nitin worked as a physiotherapist in the cardiothoracic and vascular surgery team under the guidance of an eminent cardiac surgeon. His interest and passion in the field of sports and musculoskeletal rehabilitation made him to switch from the acute care to musculoskeletal rehabilitation setting. Nitin blends various hands on physiotherapy techniques with therapeutic exercises to achieve his patient goals. Exercises and activity modification are an important component of his treatment plans and he is a strong advocate for ‘looking beyond the pain’ model. In his spare time, Nitin enjoys weight training, listening to music and spending time with his family.

Dr Stephen Gate



Steve graduated from Queen’s University in 1994 with a Bachelors Degree with Honours in Life Science. Graduated from National College of Chiropractic in 2000 (Cum Laude) in Chicago. He worked in a very busy multi-disciplinary clinic in Lombard Illinois for four years until returning to Canada to practice. Dr. Gate is a firm believer in utilizing chiropractic and physiotherapy together for quicker and more lasting resolution of musculoskeletal injuries. Education of patients is the key for allowing people to take control of their overall health by understanding the importance of maintenance and preventative care.

Sanna Sayed


Physitherapy Assistant

Sanna is an internationally trained Physiotherapist and is in the process of obtaining her license to become a registered physiotherapist in Canada. She comes with 8 years of experience in physiotherapy, specializing in neurological and neuro-surgical conditions along with critical care of hospitalized patients. Sanna believes in taking a holistic approach to treatment while rehabilitating her patients. She has been a part of the Physiomed team for 2 years now.

Nicholas Williams


Active Care Specialist

Nicholas graduated from Brock University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology Honours degree. In 2017, He became a registered Kinesiologist and went on to earn his Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification from the NSCA. Nicholas believes in movement as the best medicine. He is a fan of sports and athletics having worked with youth athletes for over a decade.

Laura Lennon



Laura graduated from York University in 2009 with an Honours BSc degree in Kinesiology and Health Science with a certificate in coaching. While attending York University, Laura played for the York Lion’s Women’s Basketball team receiving a variety of accolades including 2004/2005 OUA and CIS Rookie of the year, is the current all time leading scorer for York and was a member of the OUA Championship squad in 2006/2007. After she graduated, Laura joined the coaching staff at York University from 2010- 2014 and now volunteers her time coaching with the Oakville Venom Basketball Club, helping to develop our Nations future basketball talent. Laura now lives in Burlington with her husband of 5 years and is the owner of her own business. She is excited to be back as part of the Physiomed team once again!

Chae-Lynn Bailey


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